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'm an academic, i'm a researcher graham and i'm doing research on these organizations some of these ideas, try to understand men who believe this. a lot of the look of a suspiciously asked questions. i just said look, here is what i am. herenot give it i'm a but is my job. i would understand how you guys see the world. i want to understand your worldview. you will not convince me, and i will not convince you. that is off the table. what is on the table that i would understand why you think the way you do. >> downward mobility, jerry -- racial and gender inequality, michael cable on the fears, anxieties, and rage of angry white men. part of book tv this weekend on c-span two. >> online for december tv book club, we want to know what your favorite books were in 2013. go to book tv.org, and click on book on to enter the chat room. . on the next washington journal, the latest on the etween negotiations b the house and saienate. military times reporter andrew tillman joins us. washington journal is live every day at 7:00 a.m. eastern on c- span. in just a few moments, newsmakers with representative
. the part d row graham i will have its 10th anniversary on sunday. that is the most successful entitlement and we should try to model every reform as closely to that as possible. >> that was constructed more like insurance and less like entitlement if i recall those discussions. i know it has been a long morning. i will yield back. >> thank you. recognizing the ranking member. >> thank you. , i am goingd to say to ask my question that i wanted to say with regard to mr. eakin's testimony, i disagree. 's and medicare, seniors have a choice. they are not looking for a year likee with a -- for a year with an m.a. plan. they are not locked in, they can choose who they want with aco's. you about how medicare damage could be improved. all this here agreed that the medicare damage program is a crucial alternative to traditional medicare especially for individuals with complex health care needs. in your opinion based on your organization's work in assisting medicare beneficiaries what recommendations do you have for how the medicare advantage program could be improved for beneficiaries? >> the prom
and negotiations for that. a big part of the farm bill is the food stamp row graham. we will talk with randy neugebauer, a republican from texas. later, we will discuss the pending budget deal between the house and senate. we will be right back. >> friday on c-span, washington journal looks at the mission and role of the national institutes of health, starting live at 7:30 eastern. :30.:00, followed at 8 at 9:00, national cancer institute director. at nine: 30, a look at the national institute of mental health among all with your calls and comments, live on c-span. >> from age eight, betty ford knew she wanted to do something with dance. plays and skits and to bennington, vermont, where she studied at the school of dance. these are some of her notecards from her spiral mode books where she kept notes. it is is her organizer. during this period, she carried this with her to vermont, back to grand rapids, off to new york, where she studied with martha graham and worked for the power's modeling agency, and then back to grand rapids again. in it you would find a whole host of things that you wou
, often new york, where she studied with martha graham and work for a modeling agency. then back to grand rapids again. in this you would find a whole host of things that you would find in just about any organizer , brochures on dance costumes. one of her sketches of a costume for one of the dance routines .hat she wanted to put on here are choreography notes that she made for different dancer teens. routines. there is a whole wealth of material in here that talks about her love of dance and how deeply she was involved in it, especially in her early years. >> watch our program on first lady betty ford on our website, or see it saturday at 7:00 p.m. eastern. our series continues live monday as we look at first lady rosalyn carter. >> friday on c-span, "washington journal looks at the mission and role of the national institutes of health starting live at 7:30 a.m. eastern. 8:00, allergy and infectious ateases direct or, followed 8:30 a.m. by aaron green, director of the national genome human research institute. at 9:00, national cancer institute director harold varmus, and at 930 a.m., a lo
. ood >> thanks for the call. texas, from graham, kent. good morning. caller: good morning. i was going to comment. all these nih people missed an opportunity because he doctor talked about he own joyed his job so much we would work for free. shut down government it would have been great opportunity for those people to ahead and report into work because they love their work ask they want to help people. i'm a little facetious but you point. > good morning from west palm beach florida. this is a chance for you to in.gh there is a doctor not on the line at the moment. caller: i'd like to ask the doctor. what is the differences between aids? .v. virus and disability? those are the two questions. hat is the difference between h.i.v. and aids, full blown aids is people with full blown aids it is a disability? that's what i like to know. >> thanks for the call. i would direct you to the nih.gov and click on the division of infectious diseases and get more information with to your particular situation. joan from georgia, good morning. caller: good morning. calling to ask about diseases that my
where she andied with martha graham then back to grand rapids. you will find a whole host of things you would find in just about any organizer. there are brochures on dance costumes. one of her sketches of a costume or one of the dance routines she wanted to put on. here are choreography notes that she made four different dance routines. there is a whole wealth of material in here that talks about her love for dance and how deeply she was involved in it, especially in her early years. >> watch our program on first lady betty ford saturday on c- span@7:00 p.m. eastern. the series continues -- c-span at 7:00 p.m. eastern. >> now a discussion on women in congress. women's careers series. this is about half an hour. >> i am delighted to be joined by my colleague, and a power -- palmer. the peacemakers, making policy in a polarized government. the democratic congresswoman from hawaii, amy klobuchar, the democratic anator from minnesota, and republican from missouri, and wagner. to not forget to tweet questions womenrule.ts using # thank you for joining us for this conversation. welcome. >>
. one of my frustrations is how difficult it is to get information about l graham students. federal data comes out about once every 10 years. carolina, wenorth have seen more information forthcoming. thatystem just published and from that we will be able to worksorward and see what and what doesn't. i would absolutely like to see graduation rates published so that we can move focusing on how we can make sure students get from that access to success. is way of doing that universities have to disclose. if don't have to report the information. that would be a niche is -- that would be a necessary step. the department of education has the information available to answer the outstanding questions of out what helps pell recipients become successful. yourwas intrigued by comments about the need to increase flexibility for nontraditional students. if i was to make another observation is we have a system very focused on for homecomings, kids showing up, an 18-year-old with a back back -- could you talk about our discussion for providing flex ability for nontraditional students? >> it has already
she studied workedrtha graham and for a modeling agency, and then back to grand rapids again. in it, you find a whole host of things that you would find in organizer.any brochures on dance costumes, one sketches of a costume for a dance routine and that she on.ed to put madeography notes that she for different dance routines. there is a whole wealth of here that talks about her love for dance and how it,ly she was involved in especially in her early years. >> what our program on first ford at our website, c-span.org. span.t saturday on c- mondayies continues live as the look at first lady roselyn carter. next, the house judiciary committee examines president obama's use of executive powers. a panel of legal scholars testified about the white house decision to delay the employer lawate in the health care and about the enforcement of immigration rules. this hearing is over three hours. >> the judiciary committee will come to order. the chair is authorized to declare recess of the committee at any time. the chair welcomes the members of the audience who are here, member who disrupts th
this with vermont, back to grand rapids, york where she andied with martha graham work for the powers modeling agency, and then back to grand rapids again. you will find a whole host of things that you would find in just about any organizer. brochures on dance costumes. costume for one of the dance routines she wanted to put on. here are choreography notes that she made for different dance routines. there was a whole wealth of material that talks about her love for dance and how deeply ,he was involved in a especially in her early years. >> watch our program on betty on c-spanspan.org or at 7:00 eastern. gina mccarthy will travel to onna next week to work climate change negotiations. her upcomingut trip at the center for american progress this week. >> we go now to the center for >> good morning everyone. i would like to welcome you to event with gina mccarthy. we are really honored and thrilled to have the administrator here today to speak about this important effort ahead of her trip to china next week. we recognize that u.s.-china cooperation on the environment is critical to reducing green
bipartisan support for that. lindsey graham, john mccain, they have been big supporters of a robust state department budget. house, some of our colleagues on the republican -- broadlyially defined as the tea party folks, it has been difficult trying to convince them of the important national security arguments in favor of that form of assistance. this is a constant back-and- forth. if you look at the house republican budget over the ten- year period, it would cut the category of the budget for those kind of state department operations. we going to have to work together to try and prevent it. if you want to do the kinds of things that mike rogers wants to do and i agree with most of what , it was a afghanistan big mistake for the united states to disengage at the end of the -- when the soviets withdrew from afghanistan. we created a vacuum that led to exploit being able to that vacuum. it is important that we maintain a presence there. if we're going to maintain a presence there, we need to provide the resources necessary for our folks. >> did you have a question? thank you. is -- i am a f
to grand rapids come a off to new york where she studied with martha graham and for the powers modeling agency. then back to grand rapids again, so in it you'll find a whole host of things that you would find in any organizer. --re are roosters are brochures on dance costumes, some of the costumes for the dance routines she wanted to put on. here are choreography notes that she made four different dance routines. there is a whole wealth of material in here that talks about her love for dance and how deeply she was involved in the especially in hurley years. >> watch our program on our saturdayy betty ford on c-span at 7 p.m. eastern. we will look at first lady roselyn carter. >> washington journal continues. host: our final guest of the moral its. patterson of the wall street journal, and he is a staff reporter for the organization. he is here to talk about something called the volcker rule. what is it? > the 2010.is part of frank lautenberg are passed in response to the financial crisis of the previous years. in order to reform the banking system and the financial system. the vocal rul
organizer. she carried this with her to vermont, back to grand rapids, off to new york where she graham andh martha work with the powers modeling agency, and then back to grand rapids again. in it you would find a whole of things that you would find in just about any organizer. brochures on dance costumes, one costume forhes of a one of the dance routines she wanted to put on. here are choreography notes that she made four different dance routines. there is a whole wealth of material in here that talks dance and are for deeply she was involved in it, especially in her early years. >> watch our program on betty ford on c-span.org/first ladies or see it saturday at 7:00 p.m. eastern. our series continues with carter. >> washington journal continues. we want to welcome back to our table congressman jim at mcdermott. weree begin with where we talking to our viewers about president obama. should he fire somebody about the rollout of the health-care website? i think people ought to and think about every major project that has sector, to the private as well as in the public sector. it is impossible
where she studied with martha graham and work for the powers modeling agency, and back to grand rapids again. in it, you would find a whole host of things you would find in any organizer. dance costumes. one of her sketches of a costume for a dance routine she wanted to put on. here are choreography notes that she made for different dance routines. there is a wealth of material here that talks about her love for dance and how deeply she was involved in it, especially in her early years. >> watch a program on first lady betty ford. it saturday on c-span at 7:00 p.m. eastern. live monday, we look at first lady roselyn carter. >> for the next " washington journal," we will focus on the "farmville". -- the farm bill. we will take your questions about the affordable care act and ongoing budget negotiations and will continue the discussion orkbudget talks with a new y democrat, jefferies, and a member of the budget committee. " washington journal" is live on c-span every day at 7 a.m. eastern. >> friday at c-span, washington journal looks at the role of the national institutes of health. ern
for that. lindsey graham, john mccain, they have been big supporters of a robust state department budget. in the house, some of our colleagues on the republican side, especially -- broadly defined as the tea party folks, it has been difficult trying to convince them of the important national security arguments in favor of that form of assistance. this is a constant back-and- forth. if you look at the house republican budget over the ten- year period, it would cut the category of the budget for those kind of state department operations. we going to have to work together to try and prevent it. if you want to do the kinds of things that mike rogers wants to do and i agree with most of what he says on afghanistan, it was a big mistake for the united states to disengage at the end of the -- when the soviets withdrew from afghanistan. we created a vacuum that led to al qaeda being able to exploit that vacuum. it is important that we maintain a presence there. if we're going to maintain a presence there, we need to provide the resources necessary for our folks. >> did you have a question? >> th
to vermont, back to grand rapids, off to new york where she studied with martha graham and worked for the powers modeling agency, and then back to grand rapids again. so in it you will find a whole host of things that would you find in just about any organizer. there are brochures on dance costumes, one of her sketches of a costume for one of the dance routines that she wanted to put on. here are, again, choreography notes that she made for different dance routines. so there's a whole wealth of material in here that talks about her love for dance and how deeply she was involved in it. especially in her early years. >> watch our program on first lady betty ford at our website, c-span.org/firstladies or see it saturday on c-span at 7:00 p.m. eastern and our series continues live monday as we look at first lady rosaline carter. two months after the rollout of the health care law and website, president obama said today that the overhaul is working and, quote, we're not repealing it as long as i'm president. the president's remarks are next on c-span. denis mcdonough will talk about th
organize her during this. . she carried this with her. she studied with martha graham in new york and worked for a modeling agency. then she went back to grand rapids again. find a whole host of things that you would find in any organizer. there are brochures on dance costumes, one of her sketches for a costume at a dance routine that she wanted to put on. madeography notes that she four different dance routines. there is a whole wealth of material in here that talks about her love for dance and how deeply she was involved in it. especially in her early years. watch a program on first lady betty ford on our website c- irstladies or see it saturday. on monday, we look at first lady roselyn, carter -- roselyn carter. >> randi weingarten criticize -- input from -- implication implementation of the common core educational standards. she said wall street interests are responsible. she spoke to reporters at a breakfast hosted by the christian science monitor. >> our guest is randi weingarten, president of the american federation of teachers. this is her first visit with the group. an ea
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